Xiao Yayu, deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Hunan Provincial People's Congress, met in Changsha with the United States Ivy League student leaders delegation headed by John Bowman, head of the students' union of Harvard University, August 26.

The U.S. Ivy League is a group of eight private institutions of higher learning which enjoys a world-wide reputation. The eight institutions include Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, etc. The 9-member delegation, at the invitation of the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League, visited Hunan Province in a bid to strengthen the exchanges and bonds with Hunan student youths ...
Some delegates of the Ivy League Student Leaders Delegation received an exclusive interview by the Official English Portal Website of the Hunan Provincial People’s Government on the evening of August 26.

During the pleasant interview, they told reporters their personal experience in and impression on Hunan, and mentioned their expectations on the future exchanges between Chinese and the US student youths. Talking of the channels to get information, the delegates expressed the will of establishing closer relations with the English Web Portal of Hunan Government. 
Delegation Members
Johnny Bowman
President of the Harvard Undergraduate Council Harvard College's student govement
Melissa Ann Im
President of the Ivy Council
Columbia University
Sean Pi
Vice President of Finance, Ivy Council
Princeton University
Diane Mokoro
President of the Undergraduate Council of Students (UCS) at Brown University
Jonathan Hu
Head Delegate to the University of Pennsylvania's delegation
Ben Brinkopf
President of the Harvard's Leadership Institute head Delegate to The Harvard University's delegation
Brandon Aionobr
Student Body Vice President at Dartmouth College
Vincent Andrews
President of the student body at Comell University
Christopher John Elizondo
President of the Engineering Student Council at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science at Columbia University